Wonderful picture of this Two-tailed Swallowtail, Tom! I've never seen this species before which is probably indigenous to (North)America. Of course I noticed the long as well as the short tails! Indeed it is quite different from our European Swallowtail which only has one tail on each wing and which is shorter than the long tails of his American cousin! Thanks for linking me to this photo, I always appreciate to "discover" new things!:) Best wishes from Germany, Anne
Really a perfect capture to this wonderful butterfly. I see that the real name is Two-tailed Swalowtal-- I something new that I leran--like--AnaM
Thank You AnaM for the Like
I am glad you see the Difference !
Another great macro photo. Fav+Like. Greetings.Erol
very beautiful moment!!!!!
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Photo taken in Magdalena de Kino - Imuris, Ímuris, Sonora, Mexico
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